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Brothgar
04-07-2011, 02:06 AM
Round 1 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs2/2011/04/08/sccs-5-rounds-in-5-days-group-mock-draft-round-1)
1. Carolina (2-14) Blaine Gabbert Missouri
2. Denver (4-12) Robert Quinn North Carolina
3. Buffalo (4-12) Cam Newton Auburn
9. Dallas (6-10) Patrick Peterson L.S.U.
5. Arizona (5-11) Von Miller Texas A&M
6. Cleveland (5-11) Marcell Dareus Alabama
7. San Francisco (6-10) Prince Amukamara Nebraska
8. Tennessee (6-10) Nick Fairley Auburn
4. Cincinnati (4-12) (f DAL) Jake Locker Washington
14. St. Louis (7-9) (f. Was) A.J. Green Georgia
11. Houston (6-10) J.J. Watt Wisconsin
12. Minnesota (6-10) Ryan Mallett Arkansas
13. Detroit (6-10) Tyron Smith USC
10. Washington (6-10) Julio Jones Alabama
15. Miami (7-9) Mike Pouncey Florida
16. Jacksonville (8-8) Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
17. New England - from Oakland (8-8) Cameron Jordan California
18. San Diego (9-7) Anthony Castonzo Boston College
19. New York Giants (10-6) Corey Liuget Illinois
20. Tampa Bay (10-6) Aldon Smith Missouri
29. Chicago* (11-5) Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
22. Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod Mississippi St.
23. Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith Colorado
24. New Orleans* (11-5) Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
25. Seattle* (7-9) Nate Solder Colorado
26. Baltimore* (12-4) Brandon Harris Miami (FL)
27. Atlanta* (13-3) Justin Houston Georgia
28. New England* (14-2) Ben Ijalana Villanova
21. Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor Baylor
30. New York Jets* (11-5) Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) Cameron Heyward Ohio St.
32. Green Bay* (10-6) Brooks Reed Arizona



Oakland -> New England: Richard Seymour


Round 2 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs2/2011/04/09/5-rounds-in-5-days-live-mock-draft-round-2)
New England - from Carolina (2-14) - Mark Ingram RB Alabama
Buffalo (4-12) - Joseph Barksdale OT LSU
San Fran from Cincinnati (4-12) - Christian Ponder
Denver (4-12) - Marvin Austin DT UNC
Cleveland (5-11) - Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
Arizona (5-11) - Danny Watkins OG Baylor
Tennessee (6-10) - Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada
Dallas (6-10) - Aaron Williams
Houston from Washington (6-10) - Steven Paea
Washington from Houston (6-10) - Akeem Ayers
Minnesota (6-10) - Raheem Moore
Detroit (6-10) - Ras I Dowling
Cincinnati from San Francisco (6-10)- Jonathan Baldwin
Denver - from Miami (7-9) - Martez Wilson
Washington (f. St.L) (7-9) - Curtis Brown
Oakland (8-8) - Davon House
Jacksonville (8-8) - Torrey Smith WR Maryland
San Diego (9-7) - Christian Ballard DT/Iowa
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Allan Bailey
New York Giants (10-6) - Casey Mathews ILB Oregon State
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Orlando Franklin OT/Miami
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Drake Nevis DT/LSU
Kansas City* (10-6) - Titus Young WR/Boise
New Orleans* (11-5) - Mason Foster LB Washington
Chicago from Seattle* (7-9) - Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami
Baltimore* (12-4) - Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky
Atlanta* (13-3) - Jerrel Jernigan WR/Troy
New England* (14-2) - Jabaal Sheard LB/Pittsburgh
San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) - Kyle Rudolph
Seattle from Chicago* (11-5) Johnny Patrick CB/Louisville
Pittsburgh* (12-4) James Carpenter OT/Alabama
Green Bay* (10-6) - Jah Reid OT/UCF



Carolina -> New England: Armanti Edwards
Miami -> Denver: Brandon Marshall
New York Jets -> San Diego: Antonio Cromartie







Round 3 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs2/2011/04/10/sccs-5-rounds-in-5-days-group-mock-draft-round-3)
Carolina (2-14) - Kenrick Ellis NT Hampton
Cincinnati (4-12) - Clint Boling OG / OT Georgia
Denver (4-12) - Ryan Williams RB Va Tech
Buffalo (4-12) - Jearmy Beal OLB Oklahoma
Arizona (5-11) - Steve Wisnewski OC Penn State
Cleveland (5-11) - Marcus Gilbert OT Florida
Cinci from Dallas (6-10) - Mikel LeShore RB Illinois
New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) -Quan Strudivant
Oakland from Houston (6-10) - Marcus Cannon OG TCU
New England - from Minnesota (6-10) - Chimdi Chekwa CB Ohio St.
Detroit (6-10) - Bruce Carter OLB UNC
San Francisco (6-10) -Sam Acho OLB Texas
Tennessee (6-10) - Chris Carter OLB Fresno State
St. Louis (7-9) - Brandon Burton CB Utah
Miami (7-9) - Taiwan Jones RB Eastern Washington
Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter S Oklahoma
Houston f Oakland (8-8)- Shareece Wright CB USC
San Diego (9-7) - Greg Romeus OLB Pitt
New York Giants (10-6) - James Brewer OT Indiana
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Mark Helzrich OLB BC
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
Kansas City* (10-6) - Will Rackley OG Lehigh
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson
New Orleans* (11-5) - Daniel Thomas RB Kansas State
San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) - Greg Little WR North Carolina
Baltimore* (12-4) - Pierre Allen DE Nebraska
Atlanta* (13-3) - DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
New England* (14-2) - Dontay Moch DE/OLB Nevada
Kansas City f. Chicago* (11-5) - Jalil Brown CB Colorado
New York Jets* (11-5) - Jerrell Powe DT Ole Miss
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Curtis Marsh CB Utah State
Green Bay* (10-6) - Lawrence Guy DE Arizona State
Carolina (compensatory) - Edmond Gates WR Abilene Christian



Seattle -> San Diego: Charlie Whitehurst
Washington -> New Orleans: Jammal Brown (pick could go to Eagles if Donovan McNabb meets certain criteria)
Minnesota -> New England: Randy Moss









Round 4 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs/2011/04/11/sccs-5-rounds-in-5-days-a-group-mock-draft-round-4)
New England (f/ CAR) - Tyler Sash S Iowa
Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) - Kris O'Dowd C/USC
Buffalo (4-12) - Pernell McPhee DE/Mississippi State
Cincinnati (4-12) - Terrell McClain DT/USF
Cleveland (5-11) - Tandon Doss WR/Indiana
Arizona (5-11) - Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin
Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) - Kendall Hunter RB/Oklahoma State
Houston (6-10) - Jaiquawn Jarrett S/Temple
Minnesota (6-10) - Sione Fua DT/Stanford
Kansas City (f/ DET) (6-10) - Cliff Matthews LB/South Carolina
San Francisco (6-10) - John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin
Tennessee (6-10) - Greg Salas WR/Hawaii
Dallas (6-10) - DeMarcus Love OT/Arkansas
New Orleans (f/ MIA) (7-9) - Jeron Johnson S/Boise State
St. Louis (7-9) - Jurrell Casey DT/USC
Oakland (8-8) - Dwayne Harris CB/ECU
Jacksonville (8-8) - Greg Jones LB/Michigan State
Cincinnati from San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) - Ahmad Black S/Florida
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Kendric Burney CB/North Carolina
New York Giants (10-6) - Jordan Todman RB/UConn
Detroit (f/ KC) (10-6) - Jeff Maehl WR/Oregon
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Robert Sands S/West Virginia
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Deunta Williams S/North Carolina
Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) - Rashad Carmichael CB/Virginia Tech
Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) - Luke Stocker TE/Tennessee
Baltimore* (12-4) - Kelvin Sheppard LB/LSU
Washington (f/ ATL) (13-3) - Ricky Stanzi QB/Iowa
Carolina (f/ NE) (14-2) - Ian Williams DT/Notre Dame
New York Jets* (11-5) - Jason Pinkston OT/Pittsburgh
Seattle (f. Chicago*) (11-5) - Andy Dalton QB/TCU
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Chykie Brown CB/Texas
Green Bay* (10-6) - Lee Ziemba OT/Auburn
Tennessee (compensatory) - Niles Paul WR/Nebraska
Green Bay (compensatory) - Terrence Tolliver WR/LSU



San Diego -> San Francisco: Donald Butler
New Orleans -> Jacksonville: Matt Tennant
Washington -> Philadelphia: Donovan McNabb (pick could go to Saints if Donovan McNabb doesn't meet certain criteria)
Denver -> New England: Laurence Maroney
Seattle -> Buffalo: Marshawn Lynch
New England -> Seattle: Deion Branch







Round 5 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs2/2011/04/12/sccs-5-rounds-in-5-days-group-mock-draft-round-5)
Carolina (2-14) - Jordan Cameron TE
Buffalo (4-12) - Ronald Johnson WR
Cincinnati (4-12) - Ricky Elmore
Detroit f. Kansas City - from Tampa Bay via Denver (4-12) - Allan Bradford RB USC
Arizona (5-11) - Brandon Hogan, CB, WVU
Cleveland (5-11) - CB Marcus Gilchrist out of Clemson
Washington (6-10) - Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M
Minnesota (6-10) - Tim Barnes, C, Missouri
Chicago via KC f. Det. (6-10) - brandon fusco c/g, slippery rock
San Francisco (6-10) - Owen merecic FB Stanford
Tennessee (6-10) - Demarcus Van Dyke CB Miami
Dallas (6-10) - Nate Irving ILB UNC
Atlanta (F/ WAS) (6-10) Colin Mcarthy OLB Miami
St. Louis (7-9) - Shane Varine RB Cal
Miami (7-9) - DJ Williams TE Arkansas
Jacksonville (8-8) - Austin Pettis WR Boise State
Houston from Oakland (8-8) - Cheta Ozougwu, OLB,
Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) - Cedric Thorton DT
Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) - Ross Homan, OLB, Ohio State
Detroit (f/ KC through TB) (10-6) - CB Buster Skrine UT-Chattanooga
Indianapolis* (10-6) - vincent brown WR SD State
Philadelphia* (10-6) -Willie Smit OT ECU
Detroit - from Kansas City* (10-6) KJ Wright OLB
Atlanta f/ Washington through New Orleans* (11-5) - Julius thomas TE Portland
Chicago (f. Seattle* (7-9)) - david carter, dt, ucla
Seattle - from Baltimore* (12-4) -Korey DeAndre McDaniel
Atlanta* (13-3) - Korey Linsey-Woods CB
Carolina (f/ NE) (14-2) - OG Andrew Jackson, Fresno State
Chicago* (11-5) - richard sherman, cb, stanford
New York Jets* (11-5) - Chris Culliver, FS/KR, South Carolina
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - RB Dion Lewis Pittsburgh
Green Bay* (10-6) - Jaquizz Rogers RB, Oregon State
Baltimore (compensatory) - Da'Rell Scott
Baltimore (compensatory) - Leon Berry RS Miss St



Kansas City and Detroit swap picks because of Lions tampering charges
Denver -> Tampa Bay: Syd'Quan Thompson and Jammie Kirlew
San Diego -> Philadelphia: Cam Thomas
Baltimore -> Seattle: Josh Wilson
New Orleans -> Washington: Jammal Brown
NY Giants -> Minnesota: Sage Rosenfels
Tampa Bay -> Kansas City: Alex Magee

Brothgar
04-07-2011, 02:31 AM
THE RULES

1. We are opperating under the assuption that there is NO CBA/Contract/injunction as up the time of the draft.

2. Thus trading players for picks is NOT allowed but trading picks will be allowed.

3. There will be a 5 minute clock. There will be no skipping if you do not make your pick in the 5 minute window I will select for you (you might have a 5-10 second leighway).

3a. If a trade is made the trading person has the remainder of the clock to make their pick. This is for time purposes.

4. Basically all business is done in the chatroom. This means you MUST sign in to blog talk radio to do anything in the chatroom.

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y129/broth223/ChatRoom.jpg

This is the Chat Room

Basically what you will do is click the names on the right hand side and Private message me Sport City Chefs 2 (CoHost) and submit your trade or pick. I would also suggest you PM any player that you would wish to trade with a pick or two ahead of time to allow you plenty of time to haggle.

Skype
Blog Talk Radio only allows for a two hour window for us to have Live streaming the rest is recorded and placed on the archive version of the show. Of course if you call in or skype in you wil be able to listen to the entire thing live that means no 5 second lag. This would be specially helpful for those with later picks.

To skype you should click the button to the left of the call in number (which would also work if you call on your phone it is the same effect as skype. The phone number is a NYC phone number.

Once you click the little skype button this popup will come up

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y129/broth223/Click-to-skypepop.jpg

then click the click to skype button it should then go automatically.


Any questions just type them here and I will get back to you.


Also remember the links to the shows are above as links in the round names.

Brothgar
04-08-2011, 12:58 AM
Round 1 has been updated Discuss

Pat Sims 90
04-08-2011, 03:40 AM
I know Bengals fan will give me **** for reaching on Locker but i tried to trade down out of the #9 pick but no one was bitting. I think he will be a Franchise QB and with the Bengals not having a Franchise QB because i see Carson not coming back. Rule is if u don't have a Franchise QB take one.

drd23
04-09-2011, 07:15 PM
I'd love to know who made the Ravens picks because both would be fairly unpopular with Ravens fans I would think.

Also, Titus Young is picked twice - by JAX and KC

CJSchneider
04-09-2011, 07:51 PM
Jacksonville took Torrey Smith, according to my notes.

D-Unit
04-09-2011, 11:23 PM
Round 3 results?

Brothgar
04-10-2011, 11:51 AM
Round 3 results?

Coming ASAP

RealityCheck
04-10-2011, 09:13 PM
Bruce Carter is listed twice. I guess the second one should be Chris Carter.

CJSchneider
04-10-2011, 09:45 PM
Bruce Carter is listed twice. I guess the second one should be Chris Carter.

That is correct.

scottyboy
04-10-2011, 09:46 PM
ewwwww Luiget over Carimi? no thank you

komments
04-11-2011, 08:36 PM
Is there a list of trades made anywhere?

Shane P. Hallam
04-11-2011, 08:47 PM
Not sure if I'll update results live or tweet tonight, but either way you can get them from me in this thread or the link below for my Twitter.

Pat Sims 90
04-11-2011, 11:02 PM
Nice Work to everyone that was involved in this.

Brothgar
04-12-2011, 10:27 AM
Team By Team

Carolina
1. Carolina (2-14) Blaine Gabbert Missouri
Carolina (2-14) - Kenrick Ellis NT Hampton
Carolina (compensatory) - Edmond Gates WR Abilene Christian
Carolina (f/ NE) (14-2) - Ian Williams DT/Notre Dame
Carolina (2-14) - Jordan Cameron TE
Carolina (f/ NE) (14-2) - OG Andrew Jackson, Fresno State

Broth's Grade: C

Denver
Denver (4-12) Robert Quinn North Carolina
Denver (4-12) - Marvin Austin DT UNC
Denver - from Miami (7-9) - Martez Wilson
Denver (4-12) - Ryan Williams RB Va Tech

Broth's Grade: A

Buffalo
3. Buffalo (4-12) Cam Newton Auburn
Buffalo (4-12) - Joseph Barksdale OT LSU
Buffalo (4-12) - Jearmy Beal OLB Oklahoma
Buffalo (4-12) - Pernell McPhee DE/Mississippi State
Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) - Luke Stocker TE/Tennessee
Buffalo (4-12) - Ronald Johnson WR

Broth's Grade D+

Dallas
Dallas (6-10) Patrick Peterson L.S.U.
Dallas (6-10) - Aaron Williams S Texas
Dallas (6-10) - DeMarcus Love OT/Arkansas
Dallas (6-10) - Nate Irving ILB UNC

Broth's Grade: B

Arizona
Arizona (5-11) Von Miller Texas A&M
Arizona (5-11) - Danny Watkins OG Baylor
Arizona (5-11) - Steve Wisnewski OC Penn State
Arizona (5-11) - Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin
Arizona (5-11) - Brandon Hogan, CB, WVU

Broth's Grade: A

Cleveland
Cleveland (5-11) Marcell Dareus Alabama
Cleveland (5-11) - Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
Cleveland (5-11) - Marcus Gilbert OT Florida
Cleveland (5-11) - Tandon Doss WR/Indiana
Cleveland (5-11) - CB Marcus Gilchrist Clemson

Broth's Grade: A-

San Francisco
San Francisco (6-10) Prince Amukamara Nebraska
San Fran from Cincinnati (4-12) - Christian Ponder
San Francisco (6-10) -Sam Acho OLB Texas
San Francisco (6-10) - John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin
San Francisco (6-10) - Owen merecic FB Stanford

Broth's Grade: A

Tennessee
Tennessee (6-10) Nick Fairley Auburn
Tennessee (6-10) - Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada
Tennessee (6-10) - Chris Carter OLB Fresno State
Tennessee (6-10) - Greg Salas WR/Hawaii
Tennessee (compensatory) - Niles Paul WR/Nebraska
Tennessee (6-10) - Demarcus Van Dyke CB Miami

Broth's Grade: B

Cincinnati
Cincinnati (4-12) (f DAL) Jake Locker Washington
Cincinnati from San Francisco (6-10)- Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh
Cincinnati (4-12) - Clint Boling OG / OT Georgia
Cincinnati (4-12) - Terrell McClain DT/USF
Cincinnati from San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) - Ahmad Black S/Florida
Cincinnati (4-12) - Ricky Elmore DE Arizona

Broth's grade: B+

St. Louis
St. Louis (7-9) (f. Was) A.J. Green Georgia
St. Louis (7-9) - Brandon Burton CB Utah
St. Louis (7-9) - Jurrell Casey DT/USC
St. Louis (7-9) - Shane Vereen RB Cal

Broth's Grade: B+

Houston

Houston (6-10) J.J. Watt Wisconsin
Houston from Washington (6-10) - Steven Paea
Houston f Oakland (8-8)- Shareece Wright CB USC
Houston (6-10) - Jaiquawn Jarrett S/Temple
Houston from Oakland (8-8) - Cheta Ozougwu, OLB,

Broth's Grade: B-

Minny

Minnesota (6-10) Ryan Mallett Arkansas QB Arkansas
Minnesota (6-10) - Raheem Moore S UCLA
Minnesota (6-10) - Sione Fua DT/Stanford
Minnesota (6-10) - Tim Barnes, C, Missouri

Broth's grade: C+

Detroit

13. Detroit (6-10) Tyron Smith USC
Detroit (6-10) - Ras I Dowling
Detroit (6-10) - Bruce Carter OLB UNC
Detroit (f/ KC) (10-6) - Jeff Maehl WR/Oregon
Detroit f. Kansas City - from Tampa Bay via Denver (4-12) - Allan Bradford RB USC
Detroit (f/ KC through TB) (10-6) - CB Buster Skrine UT-Chattanooga
Detroit - from Kansas City* (10-6) KJ Wright OLB

Broth's grade: B-

Miami
Miami (7-9) Mike Pouncey Florida
Miami (7-9) - Taiwan Jones RB Eastern Washington
2012 3rd round selection
Miami (7-9) - DJ Williams TE Arkansas

Broth's Grade: B+

Washington
Washington (6-10) Julio Jones Alabama
Washington from Houston (6-10) - Akeem Ayers
Washington (f. St.L) (7-9) - Curtis Brown
Washington (f/ ATL) (13-3) - Ricky Stanzi QB/Iowa
Washington (6-10) - Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M

Broth's Draft Grade: A-

Jacksonville
Jacksonville (8-8) Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
Jacksonville (8-8) - Torrey Smith WR Maryland
Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter S Oklahoma
Jacksonville (8-8) - Greg Jones LB/Michigan State
Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) - Rashad Carmichael CB/Virginia Tech
Jacksonville (8-8) - Austin Pettis WR Boise State

Broth's Grade: A

New England
New England - from Oakland (8-8) Cameron Jordan California
New England* (14-2) Ben Ijalana Villanova
New England - from Carolina (2-14) - Mark Ingram RB Alabama
New England* (14-2) - Jabaal Sheard LB/Pittsburgh
New England - from Minnesota (6-10) - Chimdi Chekwa CB Ohio St.
New England* (14-2) - Dontay Moch DE/OLB Nevada
New England (f/ CAR) - Tyler Sash S Iowa

Broth's Grade: Recuse: Broth will not grade his own drafts

Oakland
Oakland (8-8) - Davon House CB NM
Oakland from Houston (6-10) - Marcus Cannon OG TCU
Oakland (8-8) - Dwayne Harris CB/ECU

Broth's Grade: C+

San Diego
San Diego (9-7) Anthony Castonzo Boston College
San Diego (9-7) - Christian Ballard DT/Iowa
San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) - Kyle Rudolph
San Diego (9-7) - Greg Romeus OLB Pitt
San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) - Greg Little WR North Carolina

Broth's grade: B+

New York Giants
New York Giants (10-6) Corey Liuget Illinois
New York Giants (10-6) - Casey Mathews ILB Oregon State
New York Giants (10-6) - James Brewer OT Indiana
New York Giants (10-6) - Jordan Todman RB/UConn

Broth's grade: B-

Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay (10-6) Aldon Smith Missouri
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Allan Bailey DE Florida
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Mark Helzrich OLB BC
Tampa Bay (10-6) - Kendric Burney CB/North Carolina

Broth's Grade B

Chicago
Chicago* (11-5) Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
Chicago from Seattle* (7-9) - Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami
Chicago via KC f. Det. (6-10) - brandon fusco c/g, slippery rock
Chicago (f. Seattle* (7-9)) - david carter, dt, ucla
Chicago* (11-5) - richard sherman, cb, stanford

Broth's Grade: B+

Indianapolis
Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod Mississippi St.
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Orlando Franklin OT/Miami
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson
Indianapolis* (10-6) - Robert Sands S/West Virginia
Indianapolis* (10-6) - vincent brown WR SD State

Broth's Grade: C+

Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith Colorado
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Drake Nevis DT/LSU
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) - Kendall Hunter RB/Oklahoma State
Philadelphia* (10-6) - Deunta Williams S/North Carolina
Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) - Cedric Thorton DT
Philadelphia* (10-6) -Willie Smit OT ECU

Broth's Grade: B+

New Orleans* (11-5) Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
New Orleans* (11-5) - Mason Foster LB Washington
New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) -Quan Strudivant
New Orleans* (11-5) - Daniel Thomas RB Kansas State
New Orleans (f/ MIA) (7-9) - Jeron Johnson S/Boise State

Broth's Grade: A+

Seattle* (7-9) Nate Solder Colorado
Seattle from Chicago* (11-5) Johnny Patrick CB/Louisville
Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) - Kris O'Dowd C/USC
Seattle (f. Chicago*) (11-5) - Andy Dalton QB/TCU
Seattle - from Baltimore* (12-4) -DeAndre McDaniel

Broth's Grade B-

26. Baltimore* (12-4) Brandon Harris Miami (FL)
Baltimore* (12-4) - Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky
Baltimore* (12-4) - Pierre Allen DE Nebraska
Baltimore* (12-4) - Kelvin Sheppard LB/LSU
Baltimore (compensatory) - Da'Rell Scott RB Maryland
Baltimore (compensatory) - Leon Berry RS Miss St

Broth's Grade: B

Atlanta* (13-3) Justin Houston Georgia
Atlanta* (13-3) - Jerrel Jernigan WR/Troy
Atlanta* (13-3) - DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
Atlanta (F/ WAS) (6-10) Colin Mcarthy OLB Miami
Atlanta f/ Washington through New Orleans* (11-5) - Julius thomas TE Portland
Atlanta* (13-3) - Korey Linsey-Woods CB

Broth's Grade: B-

Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor Baylor
Kansas City* (10-6) - Titus Young WR/Boise
Kansas City* (10-6) - Will Rackley OG Lehigh
Kansas City f. Chicago* (11-5) - Jalil Brown CB Colorado
Kansas City (f/ DET) (6-10) - Cliff Matthews LB/South Carolina

Broth's Grade: Recuse

30. New York Jets* (11-5) Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
New York Jets* (11-5) - Jerrell Powe DT Ole Miss
New York Jets* (11-5) - Jason Pinkston OT/Pittsburgh
New York Jets* (11-5) - Chris Culliver, FS/KR, South Carolina

Broth's Grade: B

Green Bay* (10-6) Brooks Reed Arizona
Green Bay* (10-6) - Jah Reid OT/UCF
Green Bay* (10-6) - Lawrence Guy DE Arizona State
Green Bay* (10-6) - Lee Ziemba OT/Auburn
Green Bay (compensatory) - Terrence Tolliver WR/LSU
Green Bay* (10-6) - Jaquizz Rogers RB, Oregon State

Broth's Grade: B-

Pittsburgh

31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) Cameron Heyward Ohio St
Pittsburgh* (12-4) James Carpenter OT/Alabama
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Curtis Marsh CB Utah State
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Chykie Brown CB/Texas
Pittsburgh* (12-4) - RB Dion Lewis Pittsburgh

Broth's Grade: B+

D-Unit
04-12-2011, 12:46 PM
Dallas
Dallas (6-10) - Patrick Peterson DB/L.S.U.
Dallas (6-10) - Aaron Williams DB/Texas
Dallas (6-10) - DeMarcus Love OT/Arkansas
Dallas (6-10) - Nate Irving ILB/UNC

I don't think that there is any doubt that Patrick Peterson is the #1 player on the Cowboys Big Board. I wasn't willing to give up a 1st and 2nd Rounder for him, but when approached by the Bengals who wanted to trade down, the price was right, giving up a 1st and 3rd to move up 5 spots for the uber-talented, playmaking Peterson to play opposite of Mike Jenkins. Newman is expected to be cut unless he restructures his deal which is set to make him earn $10M next season. Even in the case of a return, injuries and dimished skills would relegate him to a nickel back role.

In round 2, the value and versatility of Aaron Williams was too high to ignore. With Sensabaugh being asked to test FA, Alan Ball (a Wade Phillips project) who turned out to be a failure and a totally raw Akwasi Owusu-Ansah all that's there, there are 2 Safety spots that need to be filled in this offseason. OL and DL were options being looked at, but we didn't see as big an upgrade over Olshansky/Bowen available and only saw 3rd tier talent left at OT. As bad as the OL was last year, the Cowboys still lit up the scoreboard (once Garrett took over as HC), while against the pass, they were ranked 26th... clearly their biggest weakness.

Jerry Jones' philosophy on the OL has always been to address immediate needs with veterans, and use the draft to develop future starters. When a need along the line was great, he has gone to the likes of Marco Rivera, Kyle Kosier, Leonard Davis, Marc Colombo, Montrae Holland... While never in his reign has he ever gone OL in Round 1. So with that in mind, we looked at finding the best talent available along the OL to develop a player. When DeMarcus Love was available, the fit was perfect. An Arkansas product from Jerry Jones' alma mater, Love was seen as a guy who could potentially end up at LG, RG or RT. It's not out of the question that he could be used as a starter at RG right away, with Leonard Davis on the chopping block.

In Round 5, we were looking for BPA that fit a need. Nate Irving was staring us in the face and we had to pull the trigger. When someone looks at the Cowboys defense, they don't see an intimidating MLB presence. A big no no for a Rob Ryan built defense. Bradie James has had a long inconsistent career and next to him has been a revolving door, currently played by soon-to-retire Keith Brooking. Sean Lee flashed signs of promise but outside of him, there is no youth being developed at the position. Leon Williams was a cheap FA pick up who surprisingly made the team, but he was nothing more than a Wade Phillips pet project and extra body who ended up with all of 8 tackles last season. With the age of our starters and the shelf empty, this was a good chance to add a violent player who fits Rob Ryan's intensity.

Wish this would've went 7 rounds. :)

komments
04-12-2011, 02:29 PM
Detroit Lions

1.13 - OT Tyron Smith, Southern Cal
2.12 - CB Ras I Dowling, Virginia
3.11 - OLB Bruce Carter, North Carolina
4.21 (From KC) - WR Jeff Maehl, Oregon
5.04 (From KC) - RB Allen Bradford, Southern Cal
5.20 (From KC) - CB Buster Skrine, UT-Chattanooga
5.23 (From KC - Tampering) OLB KJ Wright, Mississippi State

According to SportsXchange, these are the Lion's needs entering the 2011 NFL Draft:

1. Outside linebacker: Mayhew said he viewed both Bobby Carpenter and Ashlee Palmer as candidates to start at outside linebacker next season. But if camp opened today, they would be competing against themselves. The Lions need to restock the position.
2. Cornerback: The Lions tendered free-agent cornerback Chris Houston, but he still wants to pursue free agency. The Lions have several promising young cornerbacks on the roster -- Alphonso Smith, Aaron Berry, Brandon McDonald, Tye Hill and Prince Miller - but as Mayhew said, "All those guys have talent, all have upside and potential, but not many have performed at a high level in games."
3. Wide receiver/running back: The Lions will be looking to add depth in the fourth or fifth rounds at these two spots. The third-receiver spot was a major disappointment last season and the health of backup running back Kevin Smith is a lingering concern. He had two more surgeries (knee and shoulder) this offseason.

My Draft Plan
I had pre-determined I would take a CB and an OT with my first two picks. I had a trade confirmed to move up to the 1.09 pick in an effort to get Prince Amukamara but he went with the 1.07 pick. So I tried to trade down to where Jimmy Smith would make sense. No buyers. That led me to take the person considered to be the top OT in the draft, Tyron Smith. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvYLTsPbxLo

I missed the second day and someone selected Ras-I Dowling for me. A solid pick but with questions because of his injury. His selection meant I was going to draft another CB later in the draft. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VCHpKga3kk

In the third round I selected OLB Bruce Carter of North Carolina. Carter is considered a first round talent that dropped because of a torn ACL. Fortunately this surgery is rather common and Carter is about halfway through his rehab. This gives me a guy that probably would have gone in the middle of the first round if not for his knee. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPeEI-BEXCY&feature=related

I traded down in the fourth round to acquire extra picks (my fourth for KCs fourth and fifth). I really wanted Edmund Gates to give Detroit a guy that can stretch the field. But he was gone way too early. I reached a bit to take WR Jeff Maehl of Oregon. His speed and game compares very favorably to Wes Welker. Great hands, fearless across the middle and sneaky fast (gets behind faster players). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9vonRlG9Lk

With the fourth pick in the fifth round I opted for what I consider to be one of the top 3 big backs in this draft. Allen Bradford of Southern Cal has good speed and plays behind his pads. He is used to playing in a rotation and averaged over 7 ypc despite playing through an assortment of injuries. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12KlrbyFYXM

With the 21st pick in the fifth round, I wanted a project with explosiveness. I had hoped WR Stephen Burton might fall to me but he went so I selected UT-Chattanooga CB Buster Skrine. Skrine is a very fast corner (Unofficial Combine times of 4.29 and 4.36) that will need to work on his technique and tackling. But speed kills and he has plenty of that. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2jksB_vrsM

I actually thought that was the end of my draft. I found I had one more pick and the clock was running out. I told Tyrone I wanted an outside LB and he asked me if KJ Wright would do. So I kind of fell into that pick. Seems like a good kid but I suspect he will be special teams fodder this year.

Brothgar
04-13-2011, 09:46 PM
The Grades Show starts in 15 mintues!!!

Shane P. Hallam
04-13-2011, 10:00 PM
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportcitychefs/2011/04/14/nfl-front-office-show-mock-draft-grades-shoow

We need some chatters!

fenikz
04-23-2011, 04:15 PM
wtf broth only an A?